Computer programming has never been taught as a core subject in schools, but perhaps it should be.
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When first graders use technology in the classroom, they start to use a keyboard; master terms like menu, file, save, and quit; and even learn to navigate the web.
Technology isn't a substitute for teaching; it’s a way to bring the world into the fifth grade classroom.
From managing a mouse to using an online encyclopedia, your third grader will find technology an increasingly valuable learning tool.
Your second grader will learn to use technology tools like email and simple graphing software.
Some schools and parents are using technology to boost reading, math, and science skills, but it remains optional for kindergarten learning.
Fourth graders use the Internet, educational software, and other tech tools to build on core learning.